Prince Harry, the Duke of Suss*x, has been advised to embrace his life in Montecito, California, amidst an increasingly uncertain future. According to Nick Bullen, co-founder of True Royalty TV, in a recent interview with Fox News Digital, Prince Harry should not anticipate a return to his former royal life.
Bullen highlighted the significant change in Prince Harry's circumstances since his move to the United States. He emphasized that the Duke's primary connection to his past is the Invictus Games, an event synonymous with his royal identity.
However, Bullen doubts Prince Harry's ability to engage in other impactful initiatives of a similar scale. "I think Harry has an uncertain future currently," Bullen remarked, acknowledging the importance of the Invictus Games but questioning the Duke's involvement in other significant areas.
Shifting Royal Dynamics
The conversation then shifted to Prince Harry's interest in conservation, where he once played a notable role. However, Bullen pointed out that Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, has emerged as a more prominent figure in this domain.
Prince William has taken a leading role in conservation efforts with initiatives like the Tusk Trust, the Earthshot Prize, and United for Wildlife. This shift has left Prince Harry with fewer areas where he can exert a similar influence.
Bullen also touched upon the changing dynamics within the royal family following the Duke's relocation to the U.S. "Conservation and sustainability are very much in the Prince of Wales’s bag," he said, referring to Prince William's increasing responsibilities, including oversight of the Duchy of Cornwall businesses.
As for Prince Harry, Bullen concluded that his prospects appear limited apart from his family and new life in California. This commentary reflects the ongoing conversation about Prince Harry's role and influence post his departure from the UK.
It highlights his challenges in forging a new path distinct from his royal background, underscoring the complexities of his transition to life in America.